Micro photos with quantum dots

Finding Nemo just got a little "easier or harder" as Swiss scientists have developed a technique to print the world's smallest color photograph using red, green and blue quantum dots printed at 25000 "dpi", dots per inch. Whimsically, the team used a colorful image of the orange and white striped clown fish made famous in the animated movie as their first subject. The printed image is just 0.0092 square millimeters...approximately the same area of just a single pixel on a high-resolution smart phone display.